Saturday, May 13, 2006
L is for...
Learner: Life long learning. Yes, I believe in that.
Lists: I like lists, inventories, catalogues, inumerations... It may be a genetic quirk that I have inherited from my mother who keeps a constant list on the go of all the things she has to do. I enjoy Roddy Lumsden's 'Vitamin Q' blog and have occasionally contributed lists to it such as this one called 'Acquired Tastes'.
Leonardo Da Vinci: art, science, poetry, recipes, ideas... The original rennaissance man who's imagination was stirred by anything and everything.
Liverpool: I lived there as a student. Great place, in its own way.
Licorice... just because I like it. But not Pomfret cakes. Yuk.
London Magazine: One of the best literary magazine the 20th Century has produced and my personal favourite.
Latin: I spent seven years learning it, sometimes under terrifying conditions. Still, I don't regret it. Somewhere, deep inside my brain, it's all still lurking...
Loyalty: it's good to have loyal friends.
Levi-Strauss: (Claude) who was supposed to be a steady ingredient of this blog. I'll write more about him one of these days.
Luck: happy-go-lucky. That's me.
This is a meme. It works like this: If you'd like to play, leave a comment. I'll give you a letter. Then you post ten words beginning with that letter in your blog and explain why they're important enough to you.
Clare Dudman (Keeper of the Snails) gave me 'L'